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Yesterday 07:23 PM
Bahviaan
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

Verdasco had been in the top 100 for more than 700 consecutive weeks now, so he can be added to the list.
09-04-2017 04:38 AM
Litotes
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Originally Posted by SMIWM View Post
No Connors 160 week is .Connors gone 244 week as No.1 out of 245 week. Just missout a week to someone , otherwise it will be 245 consecutive week
Guillermo Vilas interrupted Connors' 160 week stretch with a few weeks as #1. The ATP missed it when it happened, but it still happened.
09-03-2017 09:30 PM
atennisfan
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Originally Posted by JediFed View Post
Still a big day. Can't believe he has the top time in the top 5 and will likely get top 10 as well.
Unless Fed retire next year, top 10 should be his.

And yes, I'm flabbergasted that Fed is breaking the weeks records. Would have never thought about it in my wildest imaginations just a few years ago.
09-03-2017 02:16 PM
SMIWM
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Originally Posted by atennisfan View Post
I've just realized that Federer's consecutive weeks at #1 is very underrated.
The next on the list is Lendl at 157 weeks, and Djokovic at almost half the number at 122 weeks.
No Connors 160 week is .Connors gone 244 week as No.1 out of 245 week. Just missout a week to someone , otherwise it will be 245 consecutive week
09-03-2017 02:12 PM
JediFed
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

Still a big day. Can't believe he has the top time in the top 5 and will likely get top 10 as well.
09-03-2017 10:50 AM
SwissMaestro
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

Litotes:

Thank you for your prompt clarifications.

Also, Thank you for maintaining this page diligently for 5yrs(?) I am sure you hold the record for total weeks and consecutive weeks in this category
09-03-2017 10:40 AM
atennisfan
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

I've just realized that Federer's consecutive weeks at #1 is very underrated.
The next on the list is Lendl at 157 weeks, and Djokovic at almost half the number at 122 weeks.
09-03-2017 05:56 AM
Litotes
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Originally Posted by SwissMaestro View Post
Feb 5, 2001 to Aug 21, 2017 is only 863 weeks.

This is RF's 865th week. He tied Connors on Aug 28th. He will break the record on Monday Sep 4th.
Well spotted, I was one week off. He only passed on Monday with this 865th to Connors 864.


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Litotes:

Wikipedia says 706 and 669 for Connors' weeks in Top 5 and Top4.
I know. My stats are not perfect but better than wikipedia's. I haven't wanted to edit the wiki page as someone fixated on ATP stats will just edit back the same mistakes.
09-03-2017 02:51 AM
SwissMaestro
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

Litotes:

Wikipedia says 706 and 669 for Connors' weeks in Top 5 and Top4.
09-03-2017 01:53 AM
SwissMaestro
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Originally Posted by Litotes View Post
Fed takes the record for most consecutive weeks in the top-25.
Feb 5, 2001 to Aug 21, 2017 is only 863 weeks.

This is RF's 865th week. He tied Connors on Aug 28th. He will break the record on Monday Sep 4th.
08-22-2017 09:22 AM
Litotes
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

Fed takes the record for most consecutive weeks in the top-25.

Next week he will tie the record for most weeks in the top-4.

The week after he will tie the record for most weeks in the top-5.
08-13-2017 08:45 PM
Litotes
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Originally Posted by bry17may View Post
I know it's easy to look in another sites but it would be great if you include stats for #1 too. Specially if Federer could add some numbers there in one week
OK, will do.
08-13-2017 07:11 PM
bry17may
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

I know it's easy to look in another sites but it would be great if you include stats for #1 too. Specially if Federer could add some numbers there in one week
08-02-2017 07:08 PM
JediFed
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

4 more weeks away for Federer! Novak ending his season earlier and Cilic's win in Cincy last year means that Federer has clinched total weeks in the top 4, top 5 and top 6.

Given all the points tied up between now and the USO and Novak shutting down his year, Federer cannot be caught by enough people to fall to 7 within 11 weeks.

The only records he is chasing now is time in the top 7 through 10. Which will take until next year to catch Connors. Now we are back to the longevity portion. Connors is the only player with sustained greatness longer than Federer (at least in the open era).
07-18-2017 07:15 AM
Litotes
Re: Fed stats - with most weeks in top-2, 3, 5 and 10

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Interesting - Rafa and Roger are relatively close in the weeks in top 2 category, but miles apart in the weeks in top 3 category. I guess Rafa has been more hot and cold throughout the years.

What about Agassi? I think he was always behind Andre for almost 6 years?
You're right, I misremembered and thought Fed passed Agassi briefly early 2002, but the closest he came in any one week was Agassi 10 Federer 11.

So he didn't pass him until after US Open 2003.
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